[Open-Source-Ifc-Viewer] Does someone used TUM Open Infra Platform? (Windows only at the moment)

In my research, I found this research paper, how they implemented B-Spline Surfaces in TUM Open Infra Platform.

There was also this interesting table:

Before that, I did not know that TU Munich was developing an Ifc-Viewer. Here is their git repository: https://github.com/tumcms/Open-Infra-Platform

TUM Open Infra Platform (OIP in short) is a software for checking and viewing IFC data. It comes with its own EXPRESS parser and C++ classes generator.

Had someone made experience with it?



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